Published at Wednesday, November 29th, 2017 - 00:08:31 AM. . By Vera Holden.
The paper tube is another type of invitation tube commonly used. The downside of this is that the paper tube is not very durable. Therefore, before placing your invitation in the tube place the invitation in a plastic Ziploc bag and then place it in the tube to be mailed. Hand decorating the outside of the tueb is an option that adds a unique, special touch to it. This tube can be colored or designed prior to being used. This will give the tube an added touch. Plastic tubes are also another option besides paper and clear tubes. These tubes are very durable and can hold different types of party invitations. These tubes are a little sturdier and more secure for the invitations. The invitations that are mailed in these tubes can not be seen until the tubes are opened.
Often, wedding invitations are mailed in double envelopes. The inner envelope may be lined, is not gummed, and fits into the outer envelope. The outer envelope is gummed for sealing and addressing. Tissues are often provided by manufacturers to place over the engraved text, originally this tissue protected the engraving against smudging or blotting, but improved printing techniques mean they are now simply decorative. Traditionally, the mother of the bride addresses the wedding invitations. However, if she chooses not to, the mother of the bride may outsource this responsibility to a professional calligrapher or a friend with good penmanship. In countries that issue them, the envelope may be franked with love stamps. The United States postal service issues a love stamp each year specifically denominated to cover the double weight of the invitation and reply (a rate slightly less than the cost of two regular stamps).
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